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XPages Portable Command Guide: A Compact Resource to XPages Application Development and the XSP Language by Dan O’Connor, Tony McGuckin, Maire Kehoe, Martin Donnelly

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Chapter 1. Working with XSP Properties

For most XPages developers, the process of building knowledge and expertise begins inside Domino® Designer. Typically, a neophyte developer loads Domino Designer, learns to create a new XPage, and then quickly figures out how to drag and drop controls from palette to page and assign values to these controls via the various property panels. From there, the natural progression is to discover how to program the controls dynamically, using JavaScript or one of the other languages available within the XPages framework. Pretty soon, a developer can be laying out fully fledged pages that link and combine in clever ways to form an impressive application. At that stage, it is common for a developer to feel that the ...

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